Thursday, September 30, 2010

Learning from Ayodhya

It was irritating to watch some of the Hindu leaders gloating over the judgment on Ayodhya by the Prayag High Court.

We must clearly understand that this is not victory as yet. Even after rightfully securing Ram-Janmbhoomi; there are other two equally important sites, viz., the Krishna-Janmabhoomi, and the JnanaVyapi temple of Bhagwan Shiva , which still remain to be secured.

Afterwards too, there are innumerable mosques in India which were built by destroying temples which existed at those places.

The simplest thing that a non-Muslim must understand from the Ayodhya dispute is that Never ever allow a mosque in your land.

And now that we unfortunately have many many mosques, we must aim for getting rid of all mosques.

There has to be No mosque in India campaign. Once we clearly realize that Islam is evil, and that mosques are spreading centers of this evil, we will quickly understand that having even a single mosque is tantamount to inviting a danger in future. Remember that prevention is better than cure, preventive medicine (removing all existing mosques) is better that unsure future cure (having to fight for decades and centuries for what is rightfully yours! with no guarantee of success!!).

Ayodhya Verdict : A Perspective

So the verdict is out on the Ayodhya dispute. Hindus are claiming victory, while the Muslims are planning to appeal the Supreme Court.

The case has many aspects, but we will concentrate on the three fundamental aspects here, viz.

1. Does the land belong to either of the Sunni Wakf Board, or the Nirmohi Akhada?

2. Was the structure built upon an earlier structure?

3. What was the nature of the earlier structure?


Answers to the above:


There is a term in legal parlance called "limitation". This says that if you make a large delay in filing your point of view, your point of view loses its right to be recognized.

In light of this, the answer to Question 1 is that the claims of Sunni Wakf Board and Nirmohi Akhada on the site are null and void. Period.


On the basis of evidence provided by the ASI (Archaeological Survey of India), it has been concluded that the structure which was demolished on December 6, 1992, was built on an earlier structure.

So the answer to Question 2 is, Yes.

3. On the basis of the same evidence, it was further concluded that the earlier structure was a massive Hindu structure, which was used as a place of Hindu religious activity as the birth place of Bhagwan Rama.

So the answer to Question 3 is, The structure was being used by Hindus as the birth place of Bhagwan Rama.


Now we come the three judges, viz., Mr. S. U. Khan, Mr. Sudheer Agarwal, and Mr. Dharam Veer Sharma.

1. None of these can deny the above answer to Question 1.

2. None can refute the evidence (they can ask for more research, at the most) by the ASI, hence they can not dissent on the answers to Questions 2 and 3 either.

So now the issue is, why is there a divergence of opinion amongst the judges? Before that, we should also take a look at the salient points of the judgments delivered by these three.

Mr. Khan and Mr. Agarwal opine that the place must be divided into three parts, one each going to Ram Lulla, the Nirmohi Akhada, and the Board. I am given to understand that their argument is that, notwithstanding the history of the matter, the place has been 'enjoyed' by these parties and they must get a share!

Mr. Sharma opines that in view of the above answers, the whole of disputed land must go to Ram Lulla.


It is clear that Mr. Khan and Mr. Agarwal are on a Mohandas-Jawaharian path. The judgment must be based on reason, but they seem to be carrying the doctrine of accommodation a bit too far.

Mr. Sharma on the other hand, sticks to the point and has given a categorical opinion.

I agree with Mr. Sharma on this point.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Has the Meccan Imam apologized for the Somnath Plunder by Islam?

There was a proposal by a pastor (Rev Terry Jones) in the USA to burn the Koran as a mark of protest against the 9/11 attacks. (Unfortunately) He recapitulated and withdrew the proposal. But, lo and behold, the peace-loving muslims belonging to the religion of peace are protesting violently.

More unfortunately the AICC (All India Christian Council) too has criticised the Burn-the-Koran initiative. Do they criticise their clergymen when these clergymen mock at Sanatana Dharma (hinduism)? No.

Why hasn't the Pope apologized for the Portugese inquisition of the hindus? Why has the Meccan Imam not apologized for the plunder of Somnath temple committed by Ghaznavi?

These are, a small fraction from a large number of questions that must be answered by Secular (whether pseudo viz., Congress and the Left; or the self-proclaimed real - BJP and the Sangh Parivar) politicians.

But how can they? Aren't they busy mining in Obalipuram for iron ore and Common Wealth Games for loot?

Bloody *********.